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Ethics Rules Governing Practicing In More Than One State
Ethics Rules Governing Practicing In More Than One State


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Due to the increasing number of clients with multiple residences, the growing number of companies with offices and/or operations in numerous states, etc., more and more attorneys are becoming involved with providing legal advice in several states. Thus, it has become extremely important for lawyers to know the ethics rules governing practicing in more than one jurisdiction, commonly referred to as "multijurisdictional practice."

In this important 2.5-hour, January 3, 2020 presentation, Patrick M. Connors, Esquire provides a practical guide to those rules, including numerous valuable tips and warnings.

Mr. Connors is a Professor at Albany Law School where he teaches, inter alia, Legal Ethics. He is also a member of the New York State Bar Association's Committee on Professional Ethics and a highly-respected speaker, author, frequent expert witness, and consultant on legal ethics.

Major topics include:
Importance of these ethics rules
ABA Model Rule 5.5: unauthorized practice of law; multijurisdictional practice of law
Status of multijurisdictional practice rules in various states
ABA Model Rule 8.5: Disciplinary Authority; Choice of Law
New York Rule 5.5: Unauthorized Practice Of Law
Temporary practice of law in New York
Licensing of in-house counsel

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Price: $89.00